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The College Football Hall of Fame has announced the Class of 2018 and let’s get right into who has been selected!Trevor Cobb, Running Back, Rice: 1989-92. Cobb was an All-American in 1991 and was the winner of Doak Walker Award that year. He would tally 4,948 Rushing Yards with another 892 via Receptions over his four year career with the Owls. He scored 43 Touchdowns.Kerry Collins, Quarterback, Penn State: 1991-94. In 1994, Collins was a consensus All-American, and the winner of the Maxwell Award, the Davey O’Brien Award, the Sammy Baugh Trophy and the Big Ten MVP. That year he…
Terrell Owens has a reputation of being a Quarterback killer and a poor teammate, two reasons that have been given as to why he is not yet in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Now entering his third year on the ballot, TMZ caught up with T.O.’s former QB, Jeff Garcia who is a strong believer that Owens belongs in Canton:“With what he was able to accomplish statistically, being a top 5, top 2 guy in many categories. Stop beating around it, the guy deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. Put him in the Hall of Fame.”Remember this is…
The Pro Football Hall of Fame has announced their Finalists for the Class of 2018.Let’s get right to who they have chosen to make the final round:Isaac Bruce, Wide Receiver. LAR/STL 1994-07 & SF 2008-09.Bruce was a pivotal member of the Rams Super Bowl XXXIV “Greatest Show on Turf” team and he is a four time Pro Bowler. His He also led the NFL in Receiving Yards in 1996 and his 15,208 career total puts him 5th overall all-time. This is his second time as a Finalist. Ranked #18 on Notinhalloffame.com. Tony Boselli, Offensive Tackle. JAX 1995-01 & HOU 2002.Boselli…
With the end of the NFL regular season only two days old we have our first significant retirement.Carson Palmer, Quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals announced in an open letter that ‘it’s time” and he retired from the league.Palmer was a stud QB at USC where he won the Heisman Trophy and was the number one Draft Pick of 2003 by the Cincinnati Bengals. Palmer did not play a snap that year as he was groomed to slowly to takeover in 2004 and in 2005 he arguably had his best season in the National Football League where he made his first…
Hello everyone!As you know, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced the Class of 2018, which features Bon Jovi, Dire Straits, The Cars, Nina Simone, The Moody Blues and Sister Rosetta Tharpe. They will be removed from Notinhalloffame.com Rock and Roll list and now we are working on our next rendition.The list is impacted annually by your votes and comments and we have seen in the past your input move an artist almost 100 spots. This year will be no exception.Now we already have a Futures section reflecting those who are eligible for the next vote in December…

Coming Soon!

2018 is here and in the first couple of months we have a lot of new material coming from Notinhalloffame.com.To make things easier, we will go section by section:Rock and Roll:As you know the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their latest class. This means that we have a lot of work to do in regards to revising our Notinhalloffame.com Rock list, which will remove those who just entered and adding those who are now eligible. While this will involve a lot of work, it is a top priority for us and we will be endeavoring to get this…
TORONTO, ONTARIO DecEMBER 30, 2017After a year long public vote the Fictitious Athlete Hall of Fame has announced the five new members comprising the Class of 2018.In the Fictitious Athlete Division, Willie “Mays” Hayes (Major League), Forrest Gump (Forrest Gump) and Bobby Boucher (The Waterboy) were chosen. From the Rocky series, Mickey Goldmill has been voted in and “Guffy” McGovern from Angels in the Outfield is the Veteran’s Selection.The induction of Hayes (specifically the version played by Wesley Snipes in the first Major League film) marks the third character from the movie to be inducted. The fleet-footed outfielder joins Ricky…
The Basketball Hall of Fame shocked us yesterday with their announcement that former players are now eligible three years after retirement. As such, it rendered our Notinhalloffame.com Basketball list invalid and has also created a loaded list of nominees.Let’s get right to the nominees for the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2018:Oh…and be patient…It is quite the long listPlayers (North American Committee):Mark Aguirre: Aguirre is a two time NBA Champion with the Pistons and was also a three time NBA All Star. In 1980 at DePaul he was named the Naismith College Player of the Year. Ray Allen: The…
We did not see this coming.The Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame dropped what is for us a bombshell and frankly we here at Notinhalloffame.com wished we had a bit of a heads up!On Thursday, The Basketball Hall of Fame will announce the finalists for their institution but there will likely be candidates that we did not expect to see as they have now announced that former players need only to have retired for three years to be eligible. This will mean that former MVP Steve Nash is now HOF eligible.We apologize as since we just learned of this change, our…
As we methodically put together our all-time Top 50 of every team from the big four of American sports, the next goal will be to look at how each franchise honors their past players. As such it is significant news to us that this evening the Los Angeles Lakers will be retiring both the #8 and #24 of Kobe Bryant, which will mark the first time in a major North American sport where two numbers were retired in honor of one player.This is perfectly fitting, as Bryant’s performance wearing both numbers is more than good enough to warrant retirement.In what…